Mathematics Comics and What Poets Know of the Moon

Over on my mathematics blog there’s another comic strips post. And I don’t mean to spoil things but there’s probably going to be another one on Tuesday. It’s been fairly busy over there this month.

The Moon, as a ninja, throws stars at a menacing cloud. The dog wonders if this is why poets call the moon 'a mysterious creature'. The raccoon explains 'poets know nothing! That's why they write poems!'
Gustavo Rodrigues’z Understanding Chaos for the 28th of June, 2015. You should be reading this comic strip.

And to give folks who stay resolutely here something to enjoy, please look at Gustavo Rodriguez’s Understanding Chaos. I’ve mentioned this before, but between the humor, the writing, the art, and the color palette this is a comic strip people should be paying attention to. I apologize to any poets who’re offended by the raccoon’s attitude.

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

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